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A processor is vital for a computer to function. Every computer has a processor, either small or large, that provides high-end PC performance. The PC does not work without the processor; it is what translates the command you give it into actions. The processor is called the CPU (Central Processing Unit), and the PC cannot function without it. The ‘Intel Core i PC chips series’ is a type of processor used by some PCs.  According to the producers, they are most powerful, high-end PC chips along with the AMP PC chips. The latest in this Intel Core I series is the Core i9. The Core i9 has 36 logical threads & 18 physical cores, more than the previous versions. Features like four-channel RAM, support for Intel Optane and Advanced Vector Extension 512 make it a PC delight.

The advantages of the Core i9 over previous versions include:

High-end performance:  it provides more powerful computing power than others. It is also handy for heavy content creation, especially for programmers, photo and video editors, and even music producers.

Support Intel Optane: Intel Optane is an ‘Adoptable System Accelerator’ which speeds up the rate of computing tasks by mastering your computing behaviour and pattern.

Speed: The Core i9 is the fastest CPU ever produced in the world. The Intel Core i9 has 18 Cores and 36 threads, which overwhelmingly enhances the speed of various pro jobs like photo and video editing.

The highest number of cores: the Intel Core i9 series has the max number of cores available today, up to 18 cores. This is a great thing because the more cores your CPU has, the faster and more tasks it can handle.

Now, let’s take a look at the top three Core i9 laptops in 2019 that you can get for yourself or someone else.

Apple MacBook Pro 15 inch

This grey-coloured Apple laptop is a delight, a MacBook Pro with an 8th generation Intel Core i9 processor with six core and a turbo boost up to 4.8GHz. It has 16GB RAM and 512/1TB storage, which ensures an ultra-fast performance along with the processor. Its 15-inch Retina LED-backlit Display with IPS technology and a Radeon Pro 560x provides a tremendous graphic experience for users.

Dell XPS 15 9570

The Dell XPS 15 9750 is a beast when it comes to speed and smooth performance. With an 8th Generation Intel Core i9-8950HK processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card, 32GB RAM, and a 1TB solid-state-drive, you are guaranteed a smooth ride. However, due to heavy weight it’s not considered ultra portable like other smaller laptops. It weighs 7.6 pounds, and has a 15.6-inch anti-glare 4K display, that is ever power hungry and reduces battery life to 6 hours.

Alienware 15 R4 Gaming Laptop

The Alienware 15 R4 was built with gamers in mind. It’s speed, and the Intel Core i9 processor attests to that. It has a great GTX 1080 NVIDIA GeForce graphics card with 8GB memory. That all cobined with 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD make it more powerful for graphics-intensive gaming. Not only it comes with powerful features, but it has functional connectivity too. The backlit keyboard also enhances its looks.